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The lost language of symbolism : an inquiry into the origin of certain letters, words, names, fairy-tales, folklore, and mythologies


Published 1912
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"In the following studies I have taken all symbolism to be my province, but the subjects illustrated are ... hitherto-uninterpreted printers' marks and paper-marks."--Introd

Includes bibliographical references


Volume v.1
Publisher New York : Barnes & Noble
Pages 398
Language English
Call number 635149
Digitizing sponsor Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor University of Connecticut Libraries
Collection uconn_libraries; americana

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Reviewer: prose - - November 14, 2014
Subject: Volume 2?
Is volume 2 in the Public Domain?
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